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Super Size Me - a documentary on a fast food diet  

 

Old Buck
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04/08/2019 12:14 am  

This came out a while ago, but you can watch it for free on Screw-tube!

 

 

 

If the above version won't play, try this one!

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-Le0LnYfe-M

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Old Buck
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04/08/2019 12:17 am  

With the speed of life increasing, it's no wonder we eat on the run!

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Gargamel
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05/08/2019 2:03 am  

Both videos blocked in Germany but I have already seen it via DVD.

Use a VPN to watch it.

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Gringo Star
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07/08/2019 8:22 am  

Fast food is okay in small doses, but as noted in the film a diet which consists of it leads to all kinds of problems.

I liken it to putting water in the gas tank of a car, granted that's an extreme comparison but the fact of the matter is food is fuel for the body & consequently the mind. Therefore it is in one's best interest to burn clean fuel, in other words to eat healthy natural food. Of course this is easier said than done, but that does not make it any less true.

 

Morgan Spurlock makes good documentaries, although it has been awhile since I watched one. Another which I thought was quite good is The Greatest Movie Ever Sold:

A documentary about branding, advertising and product placement that is financed and made possible by brands, advertising and product placement.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1743720/?ref_=nv_sr_2?ref_=nv_sr_2

The advertising industry is a pernicious one. To dedicate one's life to selling lies is unfortunate, same goes for all of the resources that get wasted on marketing.

One of the more interesting things I learned was about the clean city laws which were enacted in Sao Paolo Brazil which banned outdoor advertisements. The contrast is stark. Much like installing an ad blocker on one's internet browser.

Clean City Law: Secrets of São Paulo Uncovered by Outdoor Advertising Ban

street before after

 


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